Beampeh is an Urban African ready to wear label with a hint of couture in womenswear, menswear, jewellery and accessories. Adebimpe Adebambo, the creative director and head designer of the Beampeh brand is a multi-faceted and dynamic artist, fashion, accessories and jewellery designer.
A graduate of Painting from the Yaba College of Technology, Yaba. She has long been interested in fashion, making her first dress from her father’s tunic she de-constructed and reconstructed at age 7. Bimpe also comes from a lineage of creative and enterprising women dating as far back as her great- grandmother who strung beads and sold kolanuts at the cradle of the Yoruba race: Ile –Ife.
She has no formal training in fashion but launched her design debut at her first fashion show tagged ‘Rare Earth’ in April 2004 with a twelve piece collection and has continued to produce one-off and limited edition pieces since then under her Beampeh label.
Beampeh has participated in several fashion shows, exhibitions, competitions and trade fairs within and outside her country, Nigeria and has had their designs showcased in the print and electronic media like TW(Totally Whole), New African Woman, Fab, Exquisite and Juice magazines and Nigerian national dailies like The Guardian, Vanguard and This Day.

When Nigeria turned 50 years in October 2010, she was one of the 7 International designers chosen to show her Summer 2010 collection ‘Binding Fibres’ reflecting her National pride and heritage at the ‘Melez Mode’ Festival of Culture in Bochum, Germany in October and later participated in the Import Shop Berlin International trade fair in November of the same year.

The Beampeh brand was one of those chosen to exhibit their products with the ‘Made In Naija’ collective put together by Jadeas Trust at the Nigeria Fashion Week at the Muson Centre in November 2011, Lagos and also at the Bank of Industry(BOI)/Compass Enterprise exhibition under the BOI stand at the Lagos Oriental Hotel in November 2011 .

In February 2012 Bimpe, the creative director of Beampeh, was one of three Nigerian artists to participate in an International sustainability project and exhibition: SurVivArt “Art for the Right to a Good Life” exhibition in Berlin, Germany organized by the Heinrich Boell Stiftung, where she exhibited a multi-functional, reversible dress that can be worn and styled in at least 10 different ways as a way of curbing consumerism and helping the environment. In November 2012, the Beampeh label was invited again to participate in the Import Shop Berlin International trade fair to represent Nigeria. Brands and labels from over 150 countries were in attendance.
In July 2013, she got the great opportunity and rare privilege of working with Nigerian veteran and ace film maker and director: Tunde Kelani as the costumier of his latest film project “Dazzling Mirage”. This is the first time ever she will be the costume designer of a feature film.
Bimpe’s passion for music has led her to dress some stars in the industry in her label. She outfitted Omawumi Megbele of The West African Idol fame For her ‘I Don’t Wanna Wait In Vain’ performance and she has made some performance outfits for Ade Bantu;The ‘Afropean’ musician and activist.
With clients ranging between ages 20 and 70 of all colours and creeds, the Beampeh brand has mass appeal and never loses sight of her roots while keeping International standards. The label has also recently re-launched its menswear line.
The Beampeh label seeks to project in their designs, the beauty, charm and modesty of the African woman and its fashion philosophy is Style, Fun, Identity!